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Forum Post: Why is this not a major news story: Saudi Arabia's political purge

Posted 4 years ago on Nov. 7, 2017, 8:12 p.m. EST by DKAtoday (33802) from Coon Rapids, MN
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Saudi Arabia's political purge

It has gotten mentions.


Don't you find it odd that it has not been treated to a news media feeding frenzy?



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[-] 1 points by DKAtoday (33802) from Coon Rapids, MN 4 years ago

Why is t most major shake-up in like 80 years @ t center of t fossil fuel world such a minor event that it barely rates a mention?


[-] 1 points by grapes (5232) 4 years ago

It's such a major seismic geopolitical event that it must be kept hush hush. I hope that Flip has caught the oil gap-up gift toss. It's actually public information available to everyone who understands. I have blabbed about it here, too, as Flip's "dumb ass." I think I was loud enough. However, there are bad consequences if Everybody knows. Бог говорит: «Черт!»

Maybe the northerners in the U.S. could have filled up their heating oil tanks for the winter cheaper before the price increase of crude.

Saudi Arabia, the most important ally of the U.S. in the Middle-East, was feeling being cornered (e.g., reaching out to Russia regarding restricting oil production and buying Russia's most advanced air defense system [which proved prescient because shortly thereafter, there was a ballistic missile shot at Riyadh, pretty much as Iran had stated plainly that missile technology would be pressed ahead further]). Iran was unleashed with the defeat of ISIL. Iraq, backed by Iran, went against Kurdish independence heavy-handedly in northern Iraq. The fighting in Yemen heated up so much that Saudi Arabia came under military attack. If the U.S. loses Saudi Arabia as an ally, it will be the end of the petrodollar. That will be as much a terrible tectonic shift for the West as the loss of China to Communism.

Our idiots are ripping away our Saudi-petrodollar protection against debt default while gunning for tax relief for the inherited wealth of the rich, adding trillions of dollars more to the national debt. Should the petrodollar collapse, the interest on the debt would become impossible to pay, mandating willy-nilly spending cuts that will cause terrible consequences in the U.S. and elsewhere worldwide. We have already experienced the idiotic consequences of the Tea Party on the U.S.S. John S. McCain. Apparently, the idiots have family values playing instruments.

Our orange carrot has already childishly shagged Venezuela verbally for no good reason (except perhaps for the gratification of the instrument of God), detrimental to the security of the Western Hemisphere. It's possible to buy oil from Saudi Arabia and have Venezuela deliver it, killing five birds with one stone. China has already opened its first military base in northeastern Africa, presumably to protect its oil supply from the Saudi Gulf and the international shipping lanes off of East Africa or to cut them off there and also in the Red Sea, in a conflict.

The lampooning of the U.S. State Department by our Great walRUS having the instrument of God may well have driven the World to a potential catastrophe of biblical proportions. Whose army will cross the Euphrates? Amen!